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RiGGy Chords Req: Old Man's Song (Don Quixote)? (5) RE: Chords for: Old Man's Song(Don Quixote)? 24 Sep 04


Got it me self:
OLD MAN'S SONG (DON QUIXOTE)
(Bill Caddick and John Tams)
D                                 B
If they ask you where the old man's gone
C                         D       E
You may say you saw me leaving
A                        D
If they ask you did I crawl
    B             C
You may say that I was riding
      D                     B
If they ask you was I bent with care
   C            D               E
Or did I hang my head in sorrow
A                            D
You may say that I rode tall
       B                     C
Looking forward to tomorrow

          G            F#         
All you have for me is questions
B             G         F#
Living in the past they say
G                F#
Why should I have all the answers
E                  F#
Let me make my way

If they ask you did I travel light
With no provisions close besides me
Say my saddlebags were filled
With all the dreams I need to guide me
If they laugh and say he's lost his mind,
Did they aver stop to wonder
Just what the fool would hope to find
On the road that leads to yonder

If they ask you where the old man's gone
You may say you saw me leaving



Zat seem right to anybody ??

Riggy


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